You probably never though about ceramic buttons or earrings, but clay can look like almost anything. Carve it, shape it, roll it, stamp it, glaze it. Whatever you want, you can do it. In this two day course, you will create up to five pairs or earrings or ten buttons or a combination of each (15 items max per person). Day one will be shaping and forming your buttons or earrings. Day two the following week will be decorating with glaze. Your finished pieces wil include earring findings. No previous clay experience is required for this class. All tools and supplies will be provided by the clay studio. Projects will be glazed and fired and ready for pick up approximately one week after the last class.
Posted by Deanna Fowles on August 17, 2017
It's our mission to serve as a bridge for adult learners, providing a nurturing environment in which to reach their personal and employability goals. From High School completion through College Transitions to the University of Maine, our Continuing Education department can guide the adult student through the process.
This year, we are celebrating twenty-one years as a University of Maine Interactive Television (ITV) site.
Our website is a part of the new Maine Adult Education Portal, sponsored and managed by the Maine Adult Education Association. When you visit the new MAEA website online at http://www.maineadulted.org, you can search for courses and programs statewide to find the perfect class closest to where you work or live.
These are just a few of the many exciting additions to our site. Please continue to check back with us, and please share your feedback by contacting us. Thank you, and we hope you enjoy your adult education website.
Posted by Karen Paul on May 16, 2017 | Read more in: NEWS
Posted by Lois Ruff on May 16, 2017
Learning Center Hours
Thursday: 8:30am-12:00pm, 5:00pm:7:30pm
Posted by Deanna Fowles on June 20, 2016
The HiSET is a High School Equivalency Test that replaced the GED in the State of Maine in 2014. The purpose of the HiSET is to certify a candidate’s attainment of academic knowledge and skills equivalent to those of a high school graduate. Candidates will be tested in five core areas: reading, writing, math, science and social studies. Testing candidates with documented disabilities may apply for testing accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
We provide the support and preparation tools you need to succeed on the HiSET. Registration, pretesting, advising, and HiSET prep courses in all subjects are available by appointment during the day and evenings in Bethel at MSAD 44. Official HiSET testing is offered. Rolling admission.
Posted by Deanna Fowles on July 23, 2015
ON STORM DAYS WE ARE CLOSED
Posted by Deanna Fowles on December 4, 2014